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> Raven:clamav-0.96.4 tshaw$ ./configure
Configure isn't a system command. It's a script which comes with every
program that uses it to build itself. See the "./" in front of
configure? That means find it in the current directory.
Your configure is working perfectly fine.
> checking for gcc... gcc
> checking whether the C compiler works... no
This is where your trouble started. This is telling you it can't find
an appropriate C compiler (gcc).
> configure:3749: found /Developer/usr/bin/gcc
> configure:3760: result: gcc
> configure:3989: checking for C compiler version
> configure:3998: gcc --version >&5
It looks like it found one, but it isn't happy with it.
It seems to have plodded along for a bit anyway until it got to..
> ld: library not found for -lcrt1.10.6.o
This is where it looks like it borked. You don't have version 1.10.6
of the crt lib. But it looks like it's not happy with GCC either.
When configure runs, you need to read the output and figure out what
broke. Then you fix the broken stuff and re-run. Repeat until success
or you have no hair left.
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